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KyleinCowichan 25th January 2013 10:44 PM

LM1875 2.1 kit?
 
Hello,

I see there's some very cheap 2.1 channel amplifiers on Ebay based on the LM1875. I searched the forum and I don't see anyone commenting on them. Has anyone here tried one? The appear to have the rectifier circuit on-board.

For example: LINK

Kyle

AndrewT 26th January 2013 10:02 AM

I would not choose to buy a complete kit of chips & passives from the Far East.
I have bought PCBs from there but I find the quality very variable.
Copper delamination is the biggest problem, second worst is temperature tolerance of the mask.

hansibull 26th January 2013 10:08 AM

I just ordered the "bigger brorther" on ebay, a 2.1 amplifier with 2x68W for tweeters and midranges, and 160W for the sub. I'm looking forward to test it out! :)

KyleinCowichan 26th January 2013 10:59 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by AndrewT (Post 3342847)
I would not choose to buy a complete kit of chips & passives from the Far East.
I have bought PCBs from there but I find the quality very variable.
Copper delamination is the biggest problem, second worst is temperature tolerance of the mask.

Hi Andrew,

Point taken. For the low prices I am willing to experiment.

Kyle

KyleinCowichan 26th January 2013 11:01 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by hansibull (Post 3342851)
I just ordered the "bigger brorther" on ebay, a 2.1 amplifier with 2x68W for tweeters and midranges, and 160W for the sub. I'm looking forward to test it out! :)

Please post your impressions!

I messaged one of the Ebay seller for the item in my first post and they said they'd include instructions for changing the crossover frequency of the sub with the purchase.

Kyle

piazzafatb 28th January 2013 02:10 PM

Subscribed:D


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